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10-10-2014 12:55 PM
LaRen616
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Originally Posted by VanLee View Post
It is far from cheap....and IMO it is a terrible value. Low protein overall, low in animal protein, high in vegetable protein and the kibble is way too small for larger dogs.

It is a safe food but a bad value...I don't recommend it.
Depending on where you purchase it from, it can be cheap, it's cheaper for me to feed Fromm than it was to feed Wellness Core.

The protein for the grain-free variety is between 28% and 30%.

The Chicken a la Veg kibble is larger than the grain-free kibble.
10-10-2014 12:39 PM
VanLee
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Originally Posted by LaRen616 View Post
Lately I have been seeing a lot of people recommend Fromm.

So can you please tell me more about Fromm? Is it cheap? Do you consider it one of the best kibbles out there? Are there any recalls? Please share your experience.
It is far from cheap....and IMO it is a terrible value. Low protein overall, low in animal protein, high in vegetable protein and the kibble is way too small for larger dogs.

It is a safe food but a bad value...I don't recommend it.
10-10-2014 11:41 AM
LaRen616
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Originally Posted by martemchik View Post
And Lauren...its $52 for the 26lbs bag at my training facility.
Heyyyyyy guess what?!

So I pay $60 for a 26lbs bag of grain-free, I pay $50 for a 30lbs bag of the Chicken A La Veg and I pay $40 for a 15lbs bag of grain-free cat food.
07-10-2014 07:19 PM
dogfaeries Russell is 16 months old and until last month was eating 6 cups of Fromms. He's cut himself down to 5 cups a day (divided among 2 meals). He's a lean 85 lbs.
07-10-2014 11:24 AM
Galathiel He's 15 months old now, but has eaten around 6 cups of food from around 4 months old until a couple of months ago. Now he eats between 4 1/2 and 5 1/2 cups a day.
07-10-2014 10:20 AM
Ace GSD
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Originally Posted by Galathiel View Post
My pup has always eaten a lot to maintain his weight .. up to 6 cups when he was younger. Now I feed between 1.5 and 2 cups, 3 times a day. If I feed 1 1/2 cups a meal, he tends to lose weight, 2 cups at every meal and he gains. So I just vary it based on the day and his condition. Right now, he's getting to eat more to replace all the meals he missed when he started his staph infection and was sickly and nauseous and wouldn't eat.
how old is your puppy ?
07-10-2014 09:29 AM
Galathiel My pup has always eaten a lot to maintain his weight .. up to 6 cups when he was younger. Now I feed between 1.5 and 2 cups, 3 times a day. If I feed 1 1/2 cups a meal, he tends to lose weight, 2 cups at every meal and he gains. So I just vary it based on the day and his condition. Right now, he's getting to eat more to replace all the meals he missed when he started his staph infection and was sickly and nauseous and wouldn't eat.
07-10-2014 09:02 AM
LaRen616
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Originally Posted by Ace GSD View Post
Laren your sinister at 11 weeks old... just too adorable :3
Thank you.
07-10-2014 08:58 AM
Ace GSD
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Originally Posted by LaRen616 View Post
That does seem like a lot of cups but it's calorie count is lower.

I would just closely watch your puppy, if he looks too thin then add a little more, if he looks too chubby then reduce the amount of kibble you give him. My 2 males actually ate more than their dog food recommended when they were puppies.
Laren your sinister at 11 weeks old... just too adorable :3
07-10-2014 08:56 AM
LaRen616
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Yes 4 months old in 2 days and he is 47 LBS according to the label it should be 5-6 cups.. so just 3-4 is enough ? o,o FYI i dont give treats or anything other than his meals for food, Except his bones.
The large breed puppy gold ( Blue bag )
That does seem like a lot of cups but it's calorie count is lower.

I would just closely watch your puppy, if he looks too thin then add a little more, if he looks too chubby then reduce the amount of kibble you give him. My 2 males actually ate more than their dog food recommended when they were puppies.
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